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Shooting Industry March 2012 Digital Edition - Page 13

Bushnell Supports Folds Of Honor B ushnell Outdoor Products’ 2011 gift to Folds of Honor Foundation totals $200,000. Since 2010, Bushnell has contributed nearly $300,000 to the foundation. Founded in 2007 by Oklahoma Air National Guard Maj. Dan Rooney, Folds of Honor provides post-secondary educational scholarships to the spouses and children of those disabled or killed during U.S. military service. “Thanks to support from partners like Bushnell, 2011 was a monumental year for Folds of Honor Foundation. Last year alone, we were able to double the number of scholarships provided, and as a result of that incredible momentum, we hope to provide 1,000 scholarships in 2012,” Rooney said. In 2012, Bushnell is continuing its product partnership with Folds of Honor with two exclusive golf laser rangefinders. A portion of the proceeds from each Patriot Pack sold will be donated to Folds of Honor. For more information about Bushnell, visit or call 1-800-423-3537. For more information about Folds of Honor, visit Windham Weaponry Begins Operation A group of Maine investors announces the formation of a new company, Windham Weaponry Inc., to manufacture and sell rifles. Richard Dyke, chairman, president and CEO, leads the company. Dyke was chairman of Bushmaster Firearms and principal owner from 1976 to 2006. “The investors saw an opportunity for the new company when Bushmaster decided to relocate to another state and lay off all its employees, many of whom had as many as 25 years of experience in rifle manufacturing,” Dyke said. Windham Weaponry will be located in the Windham Business Park, the former Bushmaster site. The company plans to start production in July with its first shipment in September. According to Dyke, Windham is hiring about half of the former Bushmaster employees, with plans to add many others before the end of the year. For more information, visit Big Hooker USA Shooting Nominates Olson For Paralympic Team SA Shooting announces that Sgt. 1st Army Sgt. 1st Class Class Josh Olson of Spokane, Wash., has Josh Olson qualified for the 2012 U.S. Paralympic Team. The 2012 Paralympic Games will be held in London, along with the Olympic Games. Nominations to the U.S. Paralympic Team are contingent upon approval by U.S. Paralympics, a division of the U.S. Olympic Committee. Wounded by a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) while on patrol with his unit in the 101st Airborne Division in Iraq in 2002, Olson lost his right leg from the hip down. “I want to thank my family and friends for all the support, understanding and sacrifice; my coaches for the instruction and world-class mentorship; and finally, the U.S. Army for providing the opportunity to continue to serve and represent the USA on the world stage,” Olson said. Olson is set to join Eric Hollen of Colorado Springs, Colo., on the 2012 U.S. Paralympic Shooting Team. For more information, visit U • Uniquely Adjustable – Angle adjustments up and down and swivels left and right. • No drilling or damage to skull – Patent pending prong design fits naturally into skull. • Professionally Finished – Two powdercoated options: Robust Brown and Graphite Black. • Two designer brackets – Little Hooker-all N. American and African deer/antelope species, black bear, cougar, etc., and the Big Hooker-elk, moose, brown bear, bison, steer, caribou and many more. Little Hooker Patent Pending, Made in USA SKULL HOOKER P.O. Box 257 Klamath Falls, OR 97601 For retail and wholesale contact: Robert Shaw, CEO Tel: 541-887-8622 MARCH 2012 13 For more information visit:

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